Mostly fabulous, when Marilyn married Joe DiMaggio, Brylcreem styled your hair, Buck Rogers & the Lone Ranger saved the day, and we were entertained by Ozzie & Harriet, Mad Magazine, Howdy Doody, and the one & only Elvis. We could read On the Road or East of Eden while eating a TV Dinner washed down with Ovaltine or maybe a Schlitz, followed by a workout in a Hula Hoop. Then there was the not-so-fabulous embodied by segregation, the "Red Iceberg", the atomic bomb, and McCarthyism. Albert Einstein died in 1955 but that same year the polio vaccine came into use, developed by Dr. Jonas Salk. Lots of history cited on this 1,000 piece puzzle from Charlie Girard, with a finished size of 24" x 30".